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Vegan Life

Vegan Life

August 2021

The ultimate vegan food and lifestyle magazine written for vegans by vegans. Inspiring recipe and lifestyle articles to help you become vegan and stay vegan. Through compassion for living creatures helping the environment and a desire for a healthy life, vegan life is the must read, multi-award winning publication.

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Country:
United Kingdom
Language:
English
Publisher:
Prime Impact
Frequency:
Monthly
US$5.46
US$35.91
12 Issues

in this issue

2 min
hello,

Although it may be raining as I write this, there has been no shortage of warm temperatures and sunshine of late, and it’s got me well and truly in the mood for BBQs — at breakfast time, lunch or dinner, there’s no unsuitable moment to grill in my house! Long gone are the times when we vegans could not indulge like omnivores at a BBQ — there are endless recipes and products in the shops. In fact, it can be quite hard to choose which plant-based burger to go for these days! Hosting a fully vegan BBQ party is endless fun — and our ultimate guide will help you to make the most of it, from what to cook, to being environmentally friendly. Getting invited to a non-vegan BBQ can be…

1 min
why am i vegan?

NAME: Kerri Leung AGE: 30 NUMBER OF YEARS VEGAN: 3 LOCATION: United Kingdom I WENT VEGAN BECAUSE… I wanted to live a more sustainable lifestyle, and I had accepted that consuming meat and dairy was not good for my health. With all demands of the meat industry, I knew eating a chicken pumped with hormones was bad for my health. I knew that I could get all that the body requires through having a plant-based diet and get the healing my body required. MY HOPE FOR THE FUTURE… Is that people will have more open-mindedness towards vegans and a plant-based diet. MY ADVICE TO OTHERS BECOMING VEGAN IS… Don’t let anyone deter you or misinform you about a vegan diet. Want to be on this page? Email your answers and a high-resolution photo to Gemma.Tadman@primeimpact.co.uk…

1 min
huel now make a nutritionally complete vegan protein powder

Huel is already well known for its powerful vegan protein powders, hot and savoury meals and bars, but now the plant-based company is taking its protein range to the next level. The fitness nutrition brand has added a new protein range to its line-up of nutritionally complete foods — Huel Complete Protein (huel.com). In addition to 20g of protein, 9g EAAs and 5g branch chain amino acids (BCAAs) per 105-calorie serve, Huel Complete Protein contains all 26 essential vitamins and minerals, as well as being a source of fibre, carbs and fats. Huel co-founder and head of sustainable nutrition, James Collier, says: “Launching a protein powder range that also has the added benefits of complete nutrition with all 26 essential vitamins and minerals is a huge milestone for Huel. As people have…

2 min
suffolk-based vegan deli and café hank’s is expanding to a second county

Vegan entrepreneurs Geoffrey Bligh and Philip Rivers are on a mission to spread plant-based food far and wide. The pair already run four Suffolk-based eateries under their business name Peninsula Vegan Foods (peninsulaveganfoods.com), but are due to open another two establishments this month, this time located in Colchester, Essex. Currently, the partners operate Hank’s Vegan Pub, Hank’s Deli And Shop, Hank’s Dirty and Hank’s Dirty — On The Beach. The new Hank’s Deli, located in Culver Street West, will be a combination of their deli and café — which offers great coffee, their famous breakfasts, breakfast muffins, baked goods, fresh sandwiches, wraps and a full array of vegan desserts. In addition to the deli and café, they will also bring the Colchester version of Hank’s Dirty — a vegan fast-food heaven!…

1 min
3 of the best… vegan ‘fish’ fingers

Fry’s Family Foods Fry’s Fish-Style Fillets are thick and chunky — meaning they are perfect in a sandwich. They are coated in a crispy tempura batter with added flaxseed oil, which makes them high in omega-3. £2.50, iceland.co.uk Moving Mountains With a succulent flaky texture and crunchy golden breadcrumbs, you’d think these Plant-Based Fingers from Moving Mountains were the real deal. £3.60, waitrose.com Squeaky Bean Ready in under six minutes, Squeaky Bean’s Fishless Fingers have added iron and vitamin B12, making them both tasty and nutritious. £2.50, sainsburys.co.uk…

1 min
vegan treat makers, booja-booja, create delectable new ‘classic adventures’ truffle range

Got a sweet tooth? You’re in luck. Norfolk-based vegan chocolate truffle and ice cream producer, Booja-Booja (boojabooja.com), has announced its ‘most significant and exciting launch in a decade’ — four new tasty truffle flavours and five gorgeous new packs. The new flavours are Chocolate Orange, Deeply Chocolate, Chocolate Salted Caramel, and Honeycomb Caramel, and they each come in their own new 92g eight-truffle pack (£4.99). All four new varieties also appear in a new 184g pack of 16 truffles called ‘The Signature Collection’ (£9.99). Managing director, Matt Gilding, says: “We’re even more excited about this launch than any other of recent years. Each one of the new flavours is a classic adventure: our unique take on a really popular chocolate variety!” The four new eight-truffle packs and The Signature Collection will be widely available…